International Network for Aid Relief and Assistance Inc
The recent earthquakes in Turkey have impacted INARA's operations and staff in the region. The earthquake zone is where INARA's beneficiaries live, who are already vulnerable with medical injuries and mental health issues. In response to the disaster, INARA has activated its Rapid Response Program to support those affected.
INARA has redirected all its resources to provide aid in Turkey and Syria. They have partnered with trusted local organizations to bring assistance to Northern Syria, where there is a shortage of international aid and rescue teams. The residents there urgently need diesel for rescue machinery and basic necessities such as shelter, food, medicine, and non-food items.
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Help Families in Turkey and Syria: Displaced children and their families are in grave danger. No power, no water and inadequate shelter that won’t keep out the cold. Help the IRC send emergency supplies to children and families.
In the wake of the powerful earthquake, IRC teams in Syria are working tirelessly to ensure the safety and wellbeing of those affected. Their more than 1,000 staff inside the country are providing lifesaving health care and protection services along with other emergency early recovery support.
United States Fund for UNICEF
Children in Syria and Turkey Need Help Now. UNICEF is on the ground responding to the needs of thousands of families and children impacted by the devastating earthquakes in Syria and Turkey.
Doctors Without Borders Usa Inc
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) cares for people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries.
Following the powerful earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria on February 6, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are responding to the increasing needs. MSF teams in northwestern Syria began treating patients within the first hours of the first earthquake. MSF emergency teams are assessing the needs in the most affected areas of southern Turkey, officially renamed Türkiye. More than 20,000 people have been killed and more than 78,000 people have been injured across the two countries, according to latest estimates.
In the early hours of February 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Türkiye (Turkey) and Syria. Latest reports have put the death toll at more than 20,000 but this number will likely increase. At this moment, Oxfam is ensuring all staff in the area are safe and assessing the humanitarian need in the immediate aftermath and will mount a response to save lives.
Save the Children
Thousands of people have lost their lives and thousands more have been injured in a devasting 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the Turkey (Türkiye) and Syria borders. This is one of the strongest earthquakes to hit the region in 100 years.
Save the Children teams are on the ground in the region and ready to respond. Homes, buildings and essential infrastructure have been destroyed and children will need urgent support to access food, shelter and warm clothing.
American National Red Cross
The global Red Cross and Red Crescent network stands in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands affected by the recent earthquake in Türkiye and Syria. At the American Red Cross, our hearts go out to those impacted by this deadly earthquake, which has taken thousands of lives and caused significant damage to structures across the region.